6. Building a React app with ClojureScript
Published 02 June 16
React.js is the new hotness in the land of user interfaces. It’s descriptive approach pairs wonderfully with ClojureScript’s functional underpinnings.
This episode will show how to build an app with React, all from comfortable ClojureScript. It provides a solid foundation for diving into React wrappers like Reagent or Om later on, and it’s a welcome exercise in using ClojureScript’s interop features.
We’ll cover: elements, components, the virtual DOM, using an atom to keep application state, and attaching event handlers with component properties.